A single childhood trauma that needs correction

The one childhood trauma all humans share: being coerced to pretend we see objects as separate entities, in other words to stop our innate way of observing objects as sharing a common underlying field from which they appear under observer's eye action of observing. This is the moment when suffering begins. The human condition. But … Continue reading A single childhood trauma that needs correction

The many layers of sadness

The world is magic. White magic and black magic in perpetual motion. Combining motion, at times. Contrasting motion, at times. Conflicting motion, at times. Light and darkness swing, swirl and collide ... one reminding of new, the other reminding of old; one speaking of life, the other speaking of death. A dream of magic is … Continue reading The many layers of sadness